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MSNBC
Dec 31, 2012 8:00pm PST
the united states hits that debt ceiling, and congress has to vote whether to raise it or not. and the sequester, when they come due, when mandatory spending cuts take effect, remember, they are delaying them for two months, and we will have another huge battle on our hands, and at that point, we will have more leverage, more distance between now and the election and the debt ceiling, because the united states could be default unless the president decides to raise it. it will take an act of congress to raise the debt ceiling. that's what we're looking at in the short term, whether the republicans can get this passed out of the house of representatives tomorrow or the following day, and two months down the line, because the deal they struck tonight, milissa, carries the seeds of further confrontation, bigger confrontation, one more thing, joe biden when he left the meeting stopped by the pool camera outside the senate chamber and said it will be a tough vote. never predict how the senate or house will vote. he asked what was his selling point to democrats? and his one word answ
LINKTV
Jan 1, 2013 5:30am PST
. the debt ceiling needs to be raised by congress and the republicans feel they have the upper hand over president obama and the democratic party. >> north korea's leader has given a surprise new year's address to the nation. he said that the two koreas should be reunited. but the young leader also stressed the importance of strengthening north korea's military. >> for north koreans used to simplicity rather than extravagance, this was a rare treat. but apparently the leader says that 2012 as a historic year was worth celebrating. there was a successful rocket launched in september. he told the nation that he would build on it. he spoke on the need to improve relations with south korea appear the messages more conciliatory than recent years. >> this year, the entire nation should unite in opening in new chapter to reunite our fatherland. >> he did not denounce the presence of u.s. military troops in south korea. he did not criticize conservative groups in south korea. the studio had been elements in recent editorials. but the softer turn may be driven more by economics than anything else
FOX
Jan 1, 2013 5:00am EST
wwll noo be able to pay all oo theecountry's bills in full... and on time. congress would have to vote on raising thh debt ceiling... setting tteestage for another fight n capital hill. the new year brings violence in sacramento, california... where two eople were killed and three others injured. injured.40-thousand people gathered in old sacramento for gunfire erupted.officers rushhd to close-off the crime scene... and the midnight celeeration was cancelee.no worrdon what prompteddthe shooting... or a suspect. as we cllsed out 2012 in paltimore... nn nummer rings out... tte murder count.there were 216 homicides.... compared to 117 in all f was more violent in the city of baltimore.paul gessler has more on how community leaders pre reeembering the city's homicide victims. (reading names)aa balttmore prepares to ring in the neww year...(nnmes))ommuniiy &pleaders look back at the namms are read aloud.19.21.22 reading names "floyd dorsey, 59--that's my cousin-- michael williams, 45....victims of violencc... and part f thee city's growing homicide rate. commissioner nthony batts, ba
ABC
Jan 1, 2013 5:00am EST
's bills in the full on time. congress must vote to raise the debt ceiling setting the stage for another showdown coming on capitol hill. >>> couples have been waiting a lifetime for the day and today same sex couples can legally marry in the state of maryland. it was approved by voters back in november. and this morning, sherrie johnson is live at city hall where some couples have come out to tie the knot and they did it after the stroke of midnight. >> reporter: a big day here. we are in front of city hall war number of people 7 couples to be exact tied the knot here at city hall in downtown baltimore a landmark day for maryland. baltimore city mayor stephanie rawlings blake actually hosted some of the first marriages for same sex couples in the state of maryland. she actually performed the first ceremony of the morning. the couples brought friends and family to take part in the historic ceremony new year's day will have a new meaning for many couples who can finally have the right to marry the person they love. same sex couples were able to get a license in december and today they wer
CBS
Jan 1, 2013 4:30am EST
of february. those moves include suspending some benefit funds. congress must vote to raise the debt ceiling setting the stage for another fight on capitol hill. >>> some people wrapped up their 2012 by donating to charity. all day and night car after car dropped off in donations at the salvation army center in alexandria. many people got in a final big donation before the end of the year for tax purposes of course. others gave away their old things to make way for new stuff santa brought them. >> a tremendous turnout with donations. again, you know, the salvation army does a lot across all over the world so people feel comfortable coming here with their donations and we take good care of the stuff that they donate. >> the salvation army estimates some 1700 cars came by its alexandria center yesterday alone. i've been giving to goodwill the last couple of days to get rid of stuff, get in the tax donations and it's the right thing to do. >> that place is huge. just pull in. >> on this last day of the year, it is unbelievable. thank you. >>> hillary clinton, her blood clot is very close to her
KRON
Jan 1, 2013 7:00am PST
-h-p helicopter. >> it is not just the physical cliff. they're also going to be dealing with the debt ceiling. suspending in ban investments and for the end of february, it will be out of money unless congress raises the debt ceiling. increased every year since 2004. also, the state of maryland is embracing same-sex marriage. at the beginning of this new year. we will see the mid 40's by this evening (music) [ male announcer ] the career landscape of america is changing. new jobs are here, and by 2025, we could have millions more that demand qualified college graduates. many in the bay area. at devry university, our market-responsive bachelor's and master's degree programs can give you what you need to succeed in today's careers and the ones on the horizon. get the know how you need for a new tomorrow at our 4 bay area locations, online or both. learn more at devry.edu. and let nothing stand in your way. 1 million people >> an estimated 1 million people gathered in times square. what a chilly night. here is a here is a lot from around the world (music) a lo >>> a great look around the world.
FOX Business
Jan 1, 2013 12:00am EST
with the debt ceiling. so i think we could do a lot better wh the type of people that we're electing to congress, moving away from the extremes and bringing more centrists who can work together. could give you a long speech about that when you combine those two things, you don't get a great work product. adam: congressman jason altmire, you mentioned harmonic convergence that happens in south florida. you're going to blue cross-blue shield up in tallahassee. you won't get that there. all the best to you, sir. congratulations on your service in congress. wish awe happy new year. >> happy new year, thank you. adam: so we'll get the republican take from senator john barrasso just a lit later in the program. he is kook discussing right now with other members of the republican caucus in the senate. they're talking about all of this. viously the final physical cliff deal affects everybody, every aspect of our money, the markets, the economy. some say no matter what the damage has been done. we have money panel with wisdom to heelp us get through all of this. scott martin, is also a spewed baker fan. k
FOX
Jan 1, 2013 6:00am EST
set stage for another capitol hill battle as congress must vote to raise the debt ceiling. >> new this morning, gay marriage ceremonies are under way in maryland. same-sex couples have been able to get marriage licenses in the free state for about three weeks but the new law didn't go into effect until the strike of midnight in the new year. dozens of same-sex weddings are scheduled for today including some at city hall in baltimore and a mass wedding event at the black walnut point inn on tillman island. >>> maryland is also banning arsenic in chicken feed and allowing parents to freeze their child appear credit in an effort to prevent identity theft. in virginia, it will be harder for state and local governments to take property in the name of eminent domain. and insurance agents will now have to perform property owners if their policy excludes coverage for earthquake damage. >>> let's talk football. the redskins are still the talk of the town. >> the excitement over their first division tight until 13 years is overwhelming. tickets for sunday's game are all sold out through the
FOX Business
Jan 1, 2013 1:00pm EST
of days before it up in this entire deal. cheryl: you mentioned the new congress coming in. of what point are we going to hear the debate about the debt ceiling. obviously treasury secretary gunnar coming out over the holidays adding another wrinkle to the debt ceiling debate say we will reach the $16 trillion level. do you think that will happen right away in the new congress? >> the first thing they will discuss after the clear this deal out of the way after the deal with the tax rates. if the house to approve this and the president signs it into law, we're talking about the debt ceiling for the next couple of months. we don't have that much certainty on how much room we have. we know it's $200 billion but that all depends on the specifics of the textile because remember, taxes are going up, but the fiscal cliff its full force and continues to hit full force, technically it already has a degree that helps the deficit picture and gives us more room as a country underneath that debt ceiling. we have already technically hit it. $200 of that extraordinary measures being taken to extend that
ABC
Jan 1, 2013 5:00am PST
workers or they will not pay the country's billos time. congress must vote now to raise the debt ceiling and setting the stage for yet another battle on capitol hill. a new year brings new numbers on the paycheck of thousands san francisco workers. a higher minimum wage comes in . carolyn tyler has the details. >> the street prides itself on the salaries paid to workers in the back of the house. cooks and dish washers and a record high minimum wage rose in from 8.50 in 2004 to 10.24 an hour and jumps to 10.55. >> will it keep you from hiring. >> yes, we'll have to trim our staff down and have less employees. we can't give the raises because the money is not there . >> supporters say it gives workers and the economy a boost. it is going up in san francisco stince 2003, when voters passed a measure that automatically ties the minimum wage to inflation and cost of the living each year. >> san francisco is not losing business. businesses are not running away from us. we live in one of the most expensive counties in the country . we can afford and businesses can afford this and workers can de
FOX
Jan 1, 2013 5:00am EST
that congress has to deal with yet another bruising debt ceiling battle. >> all right. thank you. >>> why do you think lawmaker waited until last minute? there is a lot of questions surrounding that. we are getting a lot of feedback on our facebook page. >> william have bad hotwood says it was to, quote, act like they are doing something for their already overrated salaries. they do this almost every year. we need to force them to change the way they work us for. share your commends our facebook page. >>> still ahead this new year's morning. >> so, a deal has been reached mentioned in the senate. that doesn't mean the tension is gone. we'll take a look at what new year's resolution lawmakers may want to consider when we come back. (woman) 3 days of walking to give a break cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. it was such a beautiful experience. (jessica lee) ♪ and it's beautiful (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because your efforts help komen serve millions of women and men facing breast cancer every year. visit the3day.org to regi
FOX News
Jan 1, 2013 7:00am PST
anew soon after his inauguration when he has to ask congress to extend the nation's debt ceiling, rick. rick: it never ends. wendell goler live in front of the white house. wendell, thanks. heather: and more now on the fallout from the fiscal cliff deal as we take a look at the major players on both side of the aisle and figure out the winners and the losers in this big fight. let's get a fair and balanced analysis with richard goodstein, democratic politicalcut ant, former advise sore to secretary of state clinton during her presidential run. tony sayegh former aide to vice-presidential nominee jack kemp and president of take radio news service. we shouldn't really call this a fiscal cliff deal. this is just the senate's bill. the senate vote 89-8 in favor the bill. it extends decade old tax cuts on income up to 400,000 for individuals, 450,000 for couples. cuts only 15 billion in spending while increasing tax revenues by $620 billion. that is a 41-1 ratio of tax increases to spending cuts. so who are the winners and losers? we'll play a little game. i will toss out some names to you,
CNN
Jan 1, 2013 6:00am PST
. >>> while congress was focusing on the fiscal cliff the u.s. hit the debt ceiling monday. lawmakers have approximately two months to raise the borrowing limit or risk having the government default on its financial obligations. >>> a royal dutch shell drilling unit has run aground on an uninhabited alass khan island. the company and coast guard crews have been trying to get the rig to seattle. the rig went adrift near kodiak island off the southern alaska coast. winds up to 60 miles an hour and waves as high as 28 feet made the recovery operation treacherous. there's been no oil spilled in the area, alaskan officials say. >>> according to politico the new york state rifle and pistol association is calling for nationwide boycott of "the journal-news" advertisers and any business that advertises with the paper's owner. they published an online news of names and addresses of pistol permit holders. the paper says it will continue adding names to the map. >>> two and a half hours from now the house begins debating the deal to avert the dreaded fiscal cliff. the senate overwhelmingly passed the
FOX News
Dec 31, 2012 6:00pm PST
bye about two more months of the debt ceiling. a year and a half ago what had been a routine vote in the congress usually and suddenly became a huge battle. why? because republicans say that is a mechanism they have raising the debt ceiling, some the president and treasury secretary want that forces the president to the table to have more spending cuts. the white house insists he will agree to other spending cuts without in their words being hold hostage by the gop. the war of words will begin again. in two months another fight oh over the sequester. the across-the-board spending cuts that both sides say they hate and yet they are kicking the can down the road again. number two, a big fight again over lifting the debt ceiling. paying the bills or reaching the limit on our bore are rowing authority. that is the underlying thing here is that if any one thinks the quote unquote deal if it goes through the house and senate and signed by the president in the next 24-48 hours if they think that is the end there is another big budget battle coming. two of them about two months from now,
CBS
Jan 1, 2013 6:00am EST
. congress has about two months before it has to raise the debt ceiling or risk causing the government to default on its bills and financial obligations. then we maybe get our credit rating lowered. you remember all those tricks. treasury secretary timothy geithner says the government will use a series of accounting measures to avoid defaulting on its debt. now, on monday it suspended the issuance of new debt for two government retirement funds reaching the limit sets up another big fight between the white house and congress over taxes and spending. in the new year sounds like the fiscal cliff all over again, right? that's because it is. >>> the markets are closed today for new year's but on monday wall street ended 2012 on a very high note. the dow jumped 166 points, finished the year up 7%. nasdaq really the leader here of 59 points yesterday. closed 201215% -- 2012 15% higher. >>> the health of the economy could influence whether a child picks up unhealthy habits. scientists found children who grew up during times of unemployment rates were high, were more likely to drink, smoke and
FOX
Jan 1, 2013 6:00am EST
in full... and on time. congress wouud have to vote on raising the debt ceiling... setttng the stage for another fight on capital hill. old man is dead... after his car crassed into carroll hospital centtr. it haapenedd about 8:15 monday morning. skipper junior suffered a medical emergeecy and crashed his vehiile into thh sleep center at the hospital. skipper was pronounced deed at the hospital merrency room. he as alone in his car nd no one else was injured.the crash is under investigation. the man who was pushed inn front of an oncoming new york city subway train last week... is laid to rest.faaily and friends gathered to remember 46-year-old died thursday, when police say 31-year-old erika mennndez pushed him onto the tracks because of his pthnicity.she ii charggd with murder as a hate crrme and is undergoing a ppychiatric evaluation. a georgia woman faaes charges after she alleeedly hit a teenager with her s-u-v over a walmart parking space.angela cornett, was arrested after police say she got iito an girl who was saving a sppt for a riend.cornett claimed she told the teen
FOX News
Jan 1, 2013 2:00am PST
ceiling debate. is the >> no question we will be back in two months having this discussion. credit rating is in trouble. congress has to look at the spending side. the bill does nothing for spendi spendispend. that matters to americans because it effects every sij american by having a higher interest rate. it's very important. both sides were together cooperating and finding a way to cut spending. >>> thank you soichl. so much. >> thank you. happy new year. >> 48 after the hour with the new year come a slew of new laws including some that could surprise you such as a ban on letting pigs run wild. some lawmakers quenching their thirst for regulations with this plastic water bottle ban. we will have more on that. right now let's check in with brian kilmeade he was coming up on fox and friends. happy new year. >> same to you. we are going to go over the next four-hours details on this plan passed by the senate overwell canni -- overwhelmingly. see if it has any hope of passing the house. so far not so good. john will be joining us to look at the financials of this whole deal coming down and
MSNBC
Dec 31, 2012 10:00pm PST
with the debt ceiling that needed to be raised. the united states exceeding its federal debt. that requires an act of congress to raise it. so all of these things are going to come together in two months time and people are already now predicting a fight, if you can believe this, even bigger than the one we've just witnessed over the past several weeks, maura. >> and looking forward to what happens next, you mentioned the house and both speaker boehner and nancy pelosi said they would consider the plan, although nancy pelosi did not go as far as to endorse it. what can we expect in terms of the house as far as how we can receive this? >> i've got to tell you, the veteran congressional watcher, i am fascinated to see what the house is going to do. here's the argument republican leaders made in the senate and are likely to make in the house tomorrow. yes, this is a horrible bill for us. we're asking many of you to vote against fundamental, a very basic tenant of your political belief, your philosophy, and that is never to vote, to raise taxes in any way, shape or form although technically, we
FOX News
Jan 1, 2013 3:00pm PST
it better if you can and save the powder for debt ceiling fight. >> as house republican leadership is considering the way forward, time is an issue. less than 48 hours from a congress being sworn in. moments ago, senate democratic leadership aide offered a threat saying that the speaker's office was kept apprised as the deal was going forward. no time to ping-pong offers back and forth. he says essentially if house republicans mess with the deal they got overwhelmingly bipartisan support, they will be responsible for the largest tax hike in american history. bret? >> bret: we are just getting word that the senate majority leader harry reid adjourned the senate until noon tomorrow. what are the republicans saying about the possibility of amending the bill and what it means for the future of it if they choose to come out of the meeting and put the spending cuts in the bill. what are they saying about what it means? >> david dryer head of the house rules committee expressed concern about time being a factor. he expressed concern it could kill the bill and you'd have to start over with
MSNBC
Dec 31, 2012 11:00pm PST
to be the same time that congress is going to have to once again decide how they're going to defer these a draconian spending cuts that was decided the last time we voted on the debt ceiling. so all of this time is going to come together and you add one more thing to it and that is the appropriations bill, the spending bill. it expires in march. so you have these three things happening in march. it's just going to lead to another grand bargain, drama-style negotiation and whether or not they come with if comprehensive bill to reform some of the entitlement programs, to reduce government spending, to simplify the tax code, all of the things we heard them talk about our political leaders in washington over the last year and a half. that will be the next chance they have to do that to come together, if you will. to either fight or come together in the grand bargain style agreement. but joe biden tonight, telling democrats behind closed doors when he met with them here on capital hill, he expects a donnie brook when he expects those things to pass. >> we will keep an eye on everythin
CSPAN
Jan 1, 2013 1:00pm EST
will be very adversely affected. host: when the two sides get back to that of for the 113th congress in what people are saying it is round two, senate republicans are saying no debt ceiling increase until president obama and democrats put social security and medicare on the table. what do you think? caller: i do think we should be looking at spending cuts. if we keep in the autumn of programs where they are now, we will not have anything for anyone -- if we keep entitlement programs where they are now, we will not have anything for anyone in a few years. i agree with republicans in that. we do need to protect our country and have the military be the best it can be, but i would say we do not need to give them more money. i think that is one area where i see things differently than our republican colleagues. host: patricia, mass., independent caller. caller: i was wondering why the congress and president want to go after social security and medicaid. they are the ones that rated that account. they took the money from it and they have not paid back yet. host: are you referring to the payroll ta
KRON
Dec 31, 2012 5:00pm PST
. there is a debt ceiling. beyond there is going to be a big situation. for now, a good news is that tomorrow afternoon what are the house or congress going to do. what is john boehner going to do? is he going to bring it up for a vote to. >> their total of all these terrible things. with taxes going up for the middle class. basically, we've kicked off down the road. and what type of reductions have we have. there will not be a market shot however, there is going to be a couple of things happening. there will be debt ceiling and in fact the government could run out but better news than the we have before. what will john boehner do? will the have the votes nancy pelosi is going to march in the troops and get it through. if something that is something that mitch mcconnell suggested there could be also a different outcome. >> were going to be the winners and losers? >> obama, special interest, the american people everyone, overall is going to be a winner. the big loser is two months down the road what are we going to do. >> there is a lot of finger- pointing going on. you could say what is hobbl
MSNBC
Jan 1, 2013 5:00am PST
. so, how can things be done differently if you're going to do things like getting the debt ceiling taken care of, like figuring out the sequester? >> well, this was a unique situation because we did have the fiscal cliff and we had a lame duck congress. what i think we have to start trying to do is return to what's called around here regular order. there really is no such thing in this congress. but what that means is that the committees actually consider the bills. and the thing that is really the challenge for us is to get republicans and democrats to be working on these committees, talking about the different issues and trying to come up with some compromises. right now, it's just an all-or-nothing proposition, and the republicans have the majority in the house and it's their way or the highway. the senate filibuster is a big impediment. and in the old days that people speak about with some respect, republicans and democrats had meaningful interactions all along the way, so in the end it wasn't just this cliff deal. >> isn't it interesting that two 70-year-olds who have been aro
FOX News
Dec 31, 2012 4:00pm PST
. la the treasury secretary told congress that by playing with some government accounts, for example, not reinvesting in certain government employee retirement programs, the treasury could create about $200 billion worth of additional head room in the debt ceiling, which, depending would last us another two months or so. trace? >> trace: two months, two days, who knows? peter barnes live for us at the white house. thank you. as we had reported sources said lawmakers have agreed to let tax cuts expire for some the wealthiest americans as part of their framework for avoiding the fiscal cliff. but spending cuts still very much up in the air. team fox coverage continues with rich edson on capitol hill. rich, what's the latest on that framework. >> trace, in just a few hours, tax rates across the board are scheduled to increase. this proposal deals with it. this is the framework that senators have been discussing here. families would pay the same income tax rates they do now on the first $450,000 of income amounts of more than that they get a tax increase. one year extension of long-term
CSPAN
Jan 1, 2013 5:00pm EST
is dealing with this negs debt ceiling -- next debt ceiling and the price of things. and that is all they have to do. host: they only have about 35 hours left in this congress before the 113th congress comes in on thursday. there will be new members coming in on thursday, as so if this congress is going to act, it has to act in 35 hours. harry is an independent in baltimore, maryland. caller: a couple of comments. the democratic process has been entirely distorted by the filibuster in the senate and minority rule in the house. we spent trillions of dollars to bring democracy to the middle east and what we got is marcy and we hate it. we hated here too. millionaires and mitt romney get a pass. they only pay social security on a little of their income. the last debt limit cost taxpayers $25 million because we have to pay interest to banks we still give loans to for free. what i would like to see is entitlement reform. if you are retired from congress and you are a millionaire, you do not get a pension. you do not get health care. if you go to work as a lobbyist, you do not get a pensio
CNN
Jan 1, 2013 9:00am PST
want to talk with kelly about that. you have strong thoughts about how congress has handled this. what are your thoughts? >> i do. i think it's really hard and they keep doing this over and over again. last year the debt ceiling. this year it's the fiscal cliff. and it just seems like they can't get their act together year after year. it's frustrating to sit here and, you know, watch it happen over and over again. especially we're all students so it affects us a lot. it's really frustrating. >> julie, do you see yourself maybe changing your mind about who you necessary pily vote for the next election based on how members of congress handled the situation? >> actually no. i feel a lot of this has come from the partisanship which is creating the gridlock. i think the far right of the republican party's holding congress hostage to a point. mitch mcconnell says he wants to strike a deal. think about it, history states they've been the party of no. he said from the beginning if obama wants it, why are we going to do it? at the end of the day congress can sit around but these directly affect
CNN
Jan 1, 2013 1:00pm PST
. first up on the list, the debt ceiling. we hit our borrowing limit with the federal government here. we can only borrow so much money as thourzed by congress. think about it like your credit card company. if you want to borrow more, you have to ask for more. money can be shifted around for a couple of month. by late february, however, we're going to have to have this fight over the debt ceiling again and many of the budget hawks were already braced for that without this priming the pump. beyond that, what about the payroll tax cut in this was a 2% cut in your payroll tacks last year. almost every american enjoyed this. it took down their social security taxes, put a few extra dollars in their pockets. that expired at the end of last year, at the end of 2012. so many republicans are not necessarily thrilled oifr thatway because they could say that is a tax increase on the middle class. really it's not but certainly it's going to feel that way to a lot of people. what about the begin one? sequestration. remember, that's a long fancy world for a deal that both parties agreed to. they both
CSPAN
Dec 31, 2012 8:00pm EST
to be around the debt ceiling, and the image i want is not a bunch of people behind the president who are clapping for him, but members of congress, republicans and democrats behind the president clapping for the president because he signed a bill that will save all of us from a certain fate. and our fate is being sealed as i talk unless we make changes. we cannot survive on the course we're taking today. the good news is with some bipartisanship and presidential leadership, we still have time to turn around this country and actually dominate the 21st century. it's going to take some pain, it's going to take some sacrifice, but one final story. when i was 21, my mom died. when i was 22, my dad died 15 months later. we were in -- my family owned a liquor store, a restaurant and a pool room, and everybody i know about politics i learned in the pool room. my sister was 13. we had my uncle take over the businesses. he left the textile industry to run the businesses. we moved in with my aunt and uncle. they never made over $25,000, $30,000 in their entire life. if it weren't for social sec
FOX News
Jan 1, 2013 3:00am PST
, whether they wait for the new congress on january 3 and whether they can pass this thing at all. i'm leaning toward they'll probably pass it because it's got those attractive elements and lacks the debt ceiling increase. nothing is for certain at this moment. >> susan, thanks very much once again for joining us today. we'll keep you updated on what's happening here. >> in the meantime, washington worked hard into the night, but why did it have to come down to the wire? >> because it's so exciting, providing entertainment for us on new year's eve. >>> lights out. the government pulls the plug on a popular light bulb. the alternative will cost you more. ♪ >> 22 past the hour. quick headlines. lights out for 57-watt incandescent light bulbs. the bulbs can no longer be sold but stores can clear out inventories. the bulbs are being phased out for more energy-efficient ones. >>> a new law in australia is banning ladies' nights. is it's part of an effort to tackle binge drinking but some bars found a little hole that says if the deal applies to everyone it's okay. so they might be offer
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